It’s around that time of year when people start thinking about what to buy their loved ones for Christmas. Unless you’re like me and you’ve known for a few months and basically already finished your Christmas shopping.
This year we thought we’re put together a little Christmas Gift Guide to help anybody out their who is looking to buy for their foodie friends and loved ones.
Chocolate Affair Gift Box
How about a chocolate library collection is made up of 4 bars? This little gift box includes a bar of salted caramel, orange & geranium, lime & sea salt and peach & raspberry.
Buy here. Costs £12.50
English Provender Chutneys
Chutneys are something I buy every year to include in Christmas hampers. My dad is a lover of them so he’ll always get a little set of Chutneys, cheeses & crackers. This year English Provender have Caramelised Red Onion, Apple, Pear & Fig and Hot Chilli & Red Pepper flavours.
Buy in your local supermarket. Costs vary.
Bacon Curing Set
Know someone who loves experimenting in the kitchen? This Bacon Curing Kit from Ross & Ross might just be the perfect gift.
Buy here. Costs £21
Horrified by what you saw on Blue Planet and the amount of plastic going into the sea? Invest in an Ecoffee Cup! Lots of coffee places will give you a discount if you use one and then you can save the amount of waste going into the sea each year.
Buy one here. Cost: £8.95
These little pots of vegan flapjacks from The Veda Soul Company are the perfect little stocking filler. They have lots of different flavours and the chocolate used is 100% organic.
Buy here. Costs £8
Last on our list and keeping with the chocolate theme we have a little box of choc from Be Chocolat. They’re an independent chocolate shop in Brighton and all of their chocolates are made right in front of you. They make a great stocking filler or Secret Santa gift.
Buy in store on Duke Street, costs vary.
That’s it for now, but don’t worry, we’ve got more Christmas Food related posts coming your way..
*This post contains PR samples*